Saturday, December 23, 2006

As 2006 comes to its end…

I am going to take the rest of the year and devote it to filing, re-organizing, regrouping, de-cluttering, perhaps some de-stashing. (If I am brave…)And- some time next week I WILL get some rest! I am definitely going to make a trip to the Container Store and get my yarn organized better. One of my goals for 2007 is to do a proper yarn inventory, and count every thread in the house. What, what are you laughing at…………?
I am going to follow some lovely examples I saw in blogland of reviews of last year’s knitting and next year’s wish lists. Have to work some next week- it will not be all knitting fun and organizing- but hey- got to support the kid and the fiber habit… speaking of fiber- I have received my copy of Spin to Knit and I WILL learn how to spin in 2007! A girl can only take so much teasing from blogland ya’ know?So Merry Christmas from New York City to all who celebrate and I’ll catch ya’ all before the end of the year with my lists (I hope…)!
I have learnt so much from all of you! The knitting bloggers community has been an awesome inspiration to me! Thanks for being out there, and leaving great comments- and keep coming back! Thanks!

13 comments:

Krawuggl said...

It has always been a dream of me to spend one Christmas in New York. It must be exiting to be in such a big city at this time, with all the lights and people and snow and colours. Now I am still here in the country, quiet, misty and very silent, it´s wonderful though.
Have a merry Merry Christmas and a wonderful time. Thank you so much for your visits and comments during the last year, I enjoyed and appreciated them so much.
Take care and keep on your great knitting and colours,
Suzi

Krawuggl said...

I meant keep on with....of course! Oh, oh, my english!

Harlem Purl said...

Oh I absolutely love the container store. I have one of those rubbermaid bins that are used to store wrapping paper for my yarn. It works really well for the larger skeins because it's very slim nd tall. Just perfect for yarn. I also use stackable crates for yarn also.

Have a happy holiday also!

Chante

KnitNana said...

What a great photo! I'll be watching for your review and wish list...and will be thinking of mine which I'll post next week, too!
What a nice way to put them together...
Have a serene holiday and a productive week of clearing clutter!
(((hugs)))

Nad said...

I love the photo and I also adore the hats you knit! I am still trying to get myself to do fair isle again- we'll see about it.
Have a wonderful holiday season with lots of yarn and smiles....... and by the way- the socks are done! The socks from your yarn! And they are amazing! I am currently recharging the camera battery pack- otherwise the picture would be on my blog already- I adore the yarn. It is most perfect......
Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Rain said...

I dare you to work out how many miles of yarn you have.

Garngamen said...

Dearest! What a photographer you are, and poet. Well, your blog and YOU have sure lightened up many dark hours for me, that is for sure. It is so nice to hear from you. Now I get stuck, because I cannot say that I wish you WARMest holiday, Im sure you want a bit of a freeze, so you can use your great warm knitting! Anyhow. Warm holiday greetings! And yepp, the list is on the list ;-)

Mary, Mary... said...

Thank you for the photo! I don't know what I enjoy more--your knitting or the NYC pics. Ah, spinning--this way madness lies. I bet you'd be really good at it.;)

Hilde C. said...

Merry Christmas :-)

Debbie said...

Looking forward to your reviews. Have fun fondling your yarn -- oops, I meant organizing your stash :)

Happy holidays!

karen said...

Merry, merry christmas to you!!
I most certainly will visit your blog alot of times in the year to come to enjoy and be inspired by all your wonderful projects!

Annie said...

Happy Holidays and happy best intentions to take inventory! :-) I believe you can do it, withh many knitting breaks, of course.

Kendra said...

I hope that you had a great Christmas and that you will have a very happy new year.